Well gee, Tom. Maybe you’d get an actual answer if you unblocked some of your critics. You know, the people who actually disagree with you on Feminsim and would be able to answer your question.
At least some people in the comments were able to give an answer to the question though you have to slog through all the idiot fanboys saying “Everything would be better!” not realizing that the question isn’t for them. Like if a Muslim asked “Westerners, how do you think imposing Islamic values in law and politics will change things for the worse?”, it wouldn’t be any help for a bunch of Muslims to scream about how much better things would be.
One of the things that comes up a lot is censorship which really hits the nail on the head. People don’t want their media or art censored and certainly not by moral high horsers who want to police everything based on their feelings. It’s one thing to say they want more women in games or even go out and make their own games but it’s another to demand that people who have their own ideas bend over and cater to their philosophical views.
It doesn’t matter if you honestly believe in your life philosophy, you shouldn’t demand that people censor themselves because their opposing views offends you. Even more so if they aren’t even trying to make a statement. I mean, I’m about as anti-theistic as they come. I fucking hate religion but you’re never going to see me whine that the Castlevania series have crosses or that Minecraft uses Hell-like imagery. I’d probably be too busy carrying the weight of atheists AND feminists by bitching about Islam’s treatment of women to complain about video game shit.
But these feminists don’t see it that way. It’s not enough that things already pander to them. It’s not enough that they’re free to make their own product. They need everyone and everything to conform to their views and their views are so extreme that if people like Anita had their way, games wouldn’t even be able to depict real life things like prostitution or human trafficking because they think it’s sexist for them to do so.
Feminism or any moral high horse crusade is the antithesis of art and storytelling. They care not for context, nuance, intention, or demographic and I for one don’t want to see that kind of mindset policing the media I enjoy.
There’s your answer, Tom.